OSHA launches an Infrastructure Safety and Health website

New resource designed to illustrate construction safety tools associated with the Infrastructure and Jobs Act.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has unveiled a new online resource to promote best practices when it comes to safety on infrastructure projects. In rolling out the resource, OSHA outlined the importance of having these tools at the public’s disposal, especially considering the wave of infrastructure projects associated with the recently enacted Infrastructure and Jobs Act (IIJA).

The webpage contains resources on compliance, worker wellness, and information on how to mitigate risk when it comes to the four primary workplace hazards- falls, struck-by, in-between/caught-in, and electrocution.

To learn more, please visit OSHA’s Infrastructure Safety homepage.